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Life Stories in Black and White

I am grateful to Charnelle for this powerful, personal guest blog piece, following Georgina’s earlier in the week. We must listen and learn from these experiences – and above all, we must act. Learning to find my voice. My reflections … Continue reading

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Life Stories in Black and White

I am grateful to Georgina who, over the past week, has written this heartfelt guest post for my blog. Who am I to write this piece, when I am sure that hundreds of thousands of words have been eloquently and … Continue reading

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Loving as Christ loved during COVID-19

The Domestic Abuse Bill returned to the Commons for its second reading this week, a timely reminder not to forget those who during the COVID-19 restrictions are in lockdown with the very people who may cause them harm. The report by … Continue reading

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Nursing – the determination and kindness of humanity

Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see – Mark Twain   During 2018 we marked the centenary of the end of World War One and I spent time reading the account of nurses … Continue reading

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God has touched the world and we are not alone.

John 20:11-18 Easter 2020 Reflection by The Rt Rev and Rt Hon Sarah Mullally Bishop of London   Alleluia! Christ has Risen He has risen indeed. Alleluia!   Some years ago, I needed to have a small day case operation.  … Continue reading

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‘I am here, I am with you. I have called: do you hear me?’

  Sermon not preached by The Rt Revd Sarah Mullally Bishop of London 9th April 2020 Chrism Mass and Renewal of commitment  Readings: 1 Samuel 3.1-10 Revelation 1.5b-8 Luke 7.36-50 The Anthem: The call of Wisdom Will Todd (b1970) Michael … Continue reading

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#Nursing2020#Midwifery2020

As we start the New Year, we mark the beginning of the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.  As a collaboration between the World Health Organization and International Council of Nurses, it seeks to raise the status and profile … Continue reading

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‘Jesus was the human face of God, God’s self-portrait glimpsed in the puckered vulnerability of a newborn baby’.

Sermon Preached by The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally Bishop of London Midnight Service St Paul’s Cathedral 24th December 2019 The Christ Child has arrived. After months of buying presents, preparing food and planning. He is here.  … Continue reading

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For we have heard of your faith

ALMA is the Diocese of London’s Companion link with the Anglican Church in Angola and Mozambique, and part of the network of Companion Link Dioceses throughout the Anglican Communion. During the last 18 months I had heard much of our partners … Continue reading

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Keys to the Kingdom of God

Sermon Preached at St Paul’s Cathedral 29th June 2019 at the service for the Ordination of Deacons Ezekiel 3:22-end, Acts 12:1-11, Matthew 16:13-19 For those of you being ordained today there is much which is new which I am sure makes you feel … Continue reading

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